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The story of Artistica is found on the passion of jewelry making craftsmanship. This passion is seen on how we crafted every piece with our heart. Our mission is to restore the genuineness of Indonesian cultural heritage by establishing Artistica Jewelry.
As Indonesian, we are fascinated by the traditional heritage culture of jewelry making , and we have responsibility to preserve the local heritage from East Java people which are inheritable from the ancestor to generations.
Our logo are inspired by the earrings relics of Majapahit Kingdom which are known to be the biggest ancient Kingdom in Indonesia.
In 2003, Artistica Jewelry was founded in Surabaya, Indonesia. Surabaya is the second largest city in Indonesia and located near Bali. The signature of culture mixed up together with modernity to create an artistic jewelry.
As the company motto “Love for the Handmade”, we proof our quality and technique into our product and design. We are trying to combine Javanese and Balinese style into our product.
Artistica Jewelry manufacture 925 Silver and Brass jewelry. Our jewelries are combination of a good quality materials & finishings with Semiprecious Stones, Cubic Zirconia, Crystals, Shells, and many more. Equipped with Designer, Production & Finishing Dept, QC, Artistica Jewelry ready to produce either our designs or your own custom designs (OEM / ODM Cooperation).
We receive to produce your own custom design and idea into reality (OEM partnership). The Materials available are : Genuine Gold, 925 Sterling Silver & Brass either with handmade or casted smithing techniques. We provide one stop purchasing to make your own logo on the jewelry, your packaging and Barcode number.
With the good craftmanship of our silversmiths & good company management, we always maintain our customer’s trust to reorder. To deliver the artistic soul of our jewelry, we have joined exhibitions in Hongkong, Holland, France, Italy, Thailand, USA, Australia, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and local fair in Surabaya, Bali, Batam, Jakarta, Mataram, Makassar, Banjarmasin and Manado.